Birmingham Post-Herald from Birmingham, Alabama on December 1, 1966 · 24
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Birmingham Post-Herald from Birmingham, Alabama · 24

Birmingham, Alabama
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
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'¥ rr "rr Tf m iy HIM a 4 s 3 3 V t l tt V C C a S S o O in a r at a 01 o It a c 0 a e 0) N 01 e z C u a 01 U 4 ? 4 i i 3 C t PACC 24 BIRMINGHAM FOST-HERALD — Thursday Pssembsr I IIM At 'Vote Yes' Headquarters— Pro-Merger Group To Hold HomeWood Public At Homewood pre-annexation force prepared for a public discus ion meeting tonight on merger Birmingham City officials released a statement of the city’s commitments to Home-wood Homewood annexation spokesmen said the open meeting would begin at 7:30 pm to “get the facta about the merger before the people of Home- wood" The meeting will be held land his group at what ia called the “Vote Yes” group’s headquarters 2821 S llth-st Homewood We hope that as many Statement Released Meanwhile Birmingham Mayor Albert Boutwell and members of the City Council Mr Lancaster ties will be maintained and improved to continue services to the area’s residents Because of Birmingham’s higher' pay scale most Home-wood city employes will re- possible will come by released a statement of the ceive an immediate pay in- city’s commitment should Homewood citizens vote favorably for annexation in the Dec 13 election The city promised to assume r HEAT AND EAT SANDWICHES and discuss issues with us Felix Lancaster chairman of the pre-merger group said “I had hoped that by now we could have been holding broadcast debates with the negative all debts of the City of Home-group io that the people of : wood along with municipal Homewood could see and hear j property with Homewood riti-both sides in the comfort of j sens acquiring an equal interest their homes But there still has in properties bekinging to Bir-been no reply to my debate mingham BYRON’S GENUINE PIT-COOKED PORK BAR B Q leak far them saw ia year frorcr's frozen food Master! I Minot" meal la a aalaafe aay- challenge tn Howard Brasseale Homewood municipal facili- Baptists Must Face Issues Says Newton crease The Homewood facilities will be staffed by present employes and additional personnel from Birmingham as needed City Would Get Schools Schools in the Homewood area now under the jurisdiction of the Jefferson County system will be acquired by the Birmingham Board of Education Two Teen-Agers Nabbed In Ensley If Southern Baptists don’t want lo continue facing Federal aid shutoffs for their colleges hospitals and other institutions they must face some basic questions Jim Newton feels Newton is assistant director of Baptist Press news service of the Southern Baptist Conven funds to fill the gap and third institutions without Federal aid will find it difficult to compete Fourth conventions must face anew what kind of Institutions they will operate in a day of lavish Federal aid and fifth Arkansas Baptists set a precedent when they released owner- tion Alabama Baptists didn’lship of their Little Rock hospi-consider the thorny issue this tal so it could get Federal year hut most state conventions'money — other did may follow The seven conclusions which1 Sixth the degree of control Newton draws from the current conventions will exercise is in The arrest of two teen-agers in Ensley cleared up a car theft and a burglary police reported yesterday Officer J M Settle arrested Te board would also seek to obtain Shades Valley High School attended now by many students from Homewood As in its promise to Center Point residents the Binning ham officials pledged tq continue the 1-3-3 school organisation and the policy of requiring no tuition Promises of better police and fire protection with raises for firemen and policemen also were included in the statement The Homewood fire stations will be maintained and addition' al fire equipment and service retained as Birmingham policemen with most of them continuing to work in the Homewood urea Improvements Listed Improved garbage collection assistance in handling traffic problems and joint Homewood-Birmingham efforts toward will be provided to the area All Homewood policemen will be the juveniles in a stolen car andjcompletkm of freeway construe-found a large box of valuable tion are also part- of Binning-tools in it : ham's commitment to Home- One of the lads told Officer wood Settle where they got it and he returned the toolbox to W F Ellard operator of Ellards Garage at 2124 Pike-rd He said the garage was conventions broken into Friday night but he had never reported it "No parking meters will be installed in Homewood unless requested by Homewood" residents or merchants' the itate-ment said Homewood residents will r be permitted free uso of the Birmingham centred library and Its branches Plans to enlarge the Homewood Library initiated by Birmingham several years ago “will be carried forward following the consolidation of Home-wood and Birmingham" V Homewood’s parti and recreational facilities will be kept open and operated under the same policies currently In effect s The facilities of Birmingham’s Inspection Services Dept the Planning and Zoning staff the Engineering - Dept and the Finance legal and Purchasing Depts will be available to Homewood residents should they agree to the annexation Fight For TV Channel 21 Narrows To 4 Competitors - Post-Herald Barean WASHINGTON Nov 30-The fight for Television Channel 21 in Birmingham has narrowed to four competitors A fifth competitor Tele-Mac of Birmingham Inc1 has dropped from the race according to a Federal Communications Commission notice (issued today The four-way fight will open before FCC hearing examiner David I Kraushaar next Monday - Competing for the UHF station are Chapman Radio ft Television Co Birmingham Television Corp Alabama Television Inc and Birmingham murky controversy are one the problem is far from solved Second the states denying all types of Federal akl will conti-inue to hear from institutional trustees and administrators with "groans and pleas" for question and seven the problem of communication between insti tutional leaders — with increasing financial burdens — and rank and Hie Baptists who see a threat of Federal funds violat ing a sacred principal Rep-Elect Gloor To Address Optimists Today’s Birmingham Optimist Club meeting will feature an address by State Rep-Eiect Tom Gloor of Bessemer Mr Gloor a pilot in World War II will present a program of films and slides about that WAITE’S Fine Foods 2107 7th Ave South 25 1 -S223 Princee Ekiobath Spies Coke Our Own Mkioui Fruit Caka OM Fothionud Gnnamoa Ssli s 0 e e 0 0 0 0 e e 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0119 U160 79 Charlott Chariot JoRy an! 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